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International Workshop: Geographies of Negligence: Neighborhood Cultures, Popular Activism and Citizenship in the Arab Region

May 10, 2014 – May 10, 2014
British Council
Egypt
British Council in Egypt, Citizen Academia Network (University of Kent, UK) and the Forum for the Study of Popular Culture (FSPC)
https://www.facebook.com/FSPCEg
Egypt, Middle Eastern studies, activism, public sphere, democracy, Middle East, popular culture
fspc@popular-culture.org
Fatima El Issawi, Women and Media: Libyan Female Journalists from Gaddafi Media to Post- revolution: Case Study, CyberOrient, Vol. 8, Iss. 1, 2014
CyberOrient
Nada Alwadi, Social Media As an Opportunity to Bahraini Women, CyberOrient, Vol. 8, Iss. 1, 2014
CyberOrient
Sahar Khamis, Arab Women’s Changing Identities, Activisms and Resistances in a Changing Region, CyberOrient, Vol. 8, Iss. 1, 2014
CyberOrient

Workshop: The Arab Uprising: Researching the Revolutions

Sep 22, 2014 – Sep 23, 2014
London
UK
CBRL British Institute Amman
http://109.203.113.232/events/upcoming-meetings.aspx
public sphere, democracy, Middle Eastern studies, ethnography, Arab Spring, politics, Middle East
CBRL@britac.ac.uk
Apr 30, 2014

New Book: Walls of Freedom: Street Art of the Egyptian Revolution

The book is a portrayal of the first three years of the Egyptian revolution that began on January 25, 2011. The story is told through striking images of art that transformed Egypt's walls into a visual testimony of bravery and resistance. Created in close collaboration with artists on the frontlines of the battle, the book documents how they converted the streets into a dynamic newspaper of the people, providing a much needed alternative to the propaganda-fueled media.

New Book: Wired Citizenship: Youth Learning and Activism in the Middle East

The book examines the evolving patterns of youth learning and activism in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). In today’s digital age, in which formal schooling often competes with the peer-driven outlets provided by social media, youth all over the globe have forged new models of civic engagement, rewriting the script of what it means to live in a democratic society. As a result, state-society relationships have shifted—never more clearly than in the MENA region, where recent uprisings were spurred by the mobilization of tech-savvy and politicized youth.

Book: Democracy and Reform in the Middle East and Asia: Social Protest and Authoritarian Rule After the Arab Spring

The book explores the global impact of the protests across the Middle East and North Africa in late 2010 and 2011, both in terms of their ideological influence on opposition groups and the prospects for democratic transition in a variety of authoritarian and semi-authoritarian governments. Examining states at the heart of the uprisings, such as Egypt, Tunisia and Libya in addition to other Middle Easter states, like Iran, as well the Asian states of China, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia, this book concentrates upon 'democratization' as the central theme.

Panels at the 4th World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies (WOCMES)

Aug 18, 2014 – Aug 22, 2014
Ankara
Turkey
Middle East Technical University
http://www.wocmes2014.org/
activism, public sphere, democracy, conflict, Iran, politics, Middle East, Television, Middle Eastern studies, media studies, satellite TV, communication studies, popular culture, Arab Spring, cultural studies
Feb 7, 2014

Media workshop "Media and Democracy“

Feb 7, 2014
Munich
Germany
Ludwig-Maxmilians-Universität München
http://www.naher-osten.uni-muenchen.de/studium_lehre/promotion/bam/program_en.pdf
David Arn
democracy, Television, Middle Eastern studies, media studies, satellite TV, communication studies, Arab Spring, politics, censorship
david.arn@mu.de
Feb 6, 2014
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